How to hide OneDrive in File Explorer in Windows 10

OneDrive is Microsoft’s primary cloud storage platform. It is neat enough, integrating with Windows 10, Microsoft Office and Outlook to allow you to easily edit and move documents in the cloud. But if you’re not using OneDrive, its permanent shortcut in your File Explorer pane is superfluous. Fortunately, a little tweak in the Registry Editor will allow you to hide OneDrive from File Explorer in Windows 10. Read on to find out how. Note: You must first back up your registry before making any changes. First, open the registry editor by pressing the Winkey, typing regedit in the Start menu … Learn more

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